Fall will be a little different this year without many of the harvest season activities and Halloween events we usually enjoy, but our local farmers have been hard at work growing lots of pumpkins and planning some fun!
Celebrate the season with a visit to a local pumpkin patch!
Current conditions related to the fires may affect scheduling. Check the location’s website or call before you go.
Chiatri de Laguna Farm
Pumpkin Patch is open Saturdays 10am to 2 pm, through Oct. 24.
4993 Occidental Road, Santa Rosa.
Foggy River Farm U-Pick Pumpkin Patch
Opens on Sept. 25.
Our family-run, community-oriented farm in the Russian River Valley grows food that is good for our souls, our bodies, and the land. You can craft your own food box to pick up at the farm in a safe setting with social distancing. Our COVID protocols for our Pumpkin Patch include pre-reserved timeslots and field layout designed for visitors to have a great time picking out their pumpkins while staying distant from others. Reserve your time online on our website.
On Eastside Road, within 10 minutes of the towns of Forestville, Windsor, and Healdsburg.
Grandma’s Pumpkin Patch
8am-6pm daily through October.
Get pumpkins, gourds, cornstalks and haybales; kids can climb a hay pyramid, see the farm animals.
17740 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg.
Muelrath Ranches Pumpkin Patch
Open daily, 10am-6pm, beginning September 26th.
Visit the patch to pick up pumpkins, mini pumpkins, ornamental corn, sunflowers, corn stalks, gourds, winter squash, and hay bales. Enjoy a hay pyramid, picnic area, pumpkin slingshot, toddler’s corn maze, haunted house, antique tractors and enjoy a hay ride. Water, soda, and cider are available for purchase. 3800 Walker Ave., Santa Rosa.
PaPa’s Pumpkin Patch, Sebastopol
Come pick your own pumpkin, right off the vine. Choose from seven varieties of pumpkins in the field. Enjoy the beautiful, peaceful setting, in the shadows of old-growth Redwoods.
13110 Occidental Rd Sebastopol.
Petaluma Pumpkin Patch & Amazing Corn Maze
Open daily starting Sept. 25. Night MAZES on Friday and Sat nights till Oct 31st (weather allowing). Over 5 acres of home grown pumpkins, 4-acre A’Mazing Corn Maze and Lil Kids’ Corn Maze, farm animals, pony rides, and balloon artists! Health protocols will be in place, including wider paths for social distancing.
450 Stony Point Rd (along side Hwy 101) Petaluma.
Peter Pumpkin Patch
October 1 – 31
Pumpkin picking, Corn Maze, Hay Pyramid, live music, Cow Milking Demo and farm animals BBQ, free hay wagon ride, “Western Town” to explore, and more. Petaluma Creamery homemade pumpkin ice cream and cheese for sale. Free admission.
Masks required as per Sonoma County Health Dept. and social distancing enforced
4235 Spring Hill Rd., Petaluma.
Preston Farm & Winery, Healdsburg
Starting September 26th through Halloween, you can visit the Preston pumpkin patch with an appointment. Masks are required for all in attendance, including children. Reservations required to visit our pumpkin patch.
9282 West Dry Creek Road, Healdsburg.
Pronzini Pumpkin Patch
Opens Saturday, Sept. 26th and we will be following all Covid Guidelines.
Acres of pumpkins, Cowgirl Cafe with delicious BBQ meals, shaded picnic area, live music on weekends. A children’s haybale maze and hay mountain and pedal bikes. Pony rides on weekends. Covid safety guidelines in place.
Hamilton Rd, Petaluma.
Beautiful pumpkins, squash, and gourd selection as well as socially distanced Johnny Popper hay rides and train rides. You can bring a picnic lunch. Public health guidelines will be followed. snacks sold on weekends. Weekdays, 11-9; weekends, 9-9.
50 Mark West Springs Rd Santa Rosa.
The Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze
A family farm full of fun! 2020 Season OPENS October 9th. 10-acre pumpkin patch, SoCo’s largest corn maze, hay rides, farm animals, kids play & much more! Covid guidelines will be in place. Open daily.
5157 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa.